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Geoscientists the "canaries in the coal mine," the 1st to feel any downturn in resource sector activity, says a new Australian Institute of Geoscientists report.

State will help pay salaries for ultra-Orthodox workers to support a major industry and reduce unemployment. Ari Rabinovitch and Tova Cohen report

Billionaire businessman Oleg Deripaska says it’s past time for the outside business world to look beyond its prejudices about Russia

Silver demand from photovoltaics drops by a third in 2012 but the long-term prospects are bright. Rujun Shen reports

Scientists have come up with a ‘no-fault’ theory on the colouration of the pink diamonds synonymous with Rio Tinto’s Argyle mine. Hope Holborow reports

Chinese companies are showing greater confidence in developing their businesses by merging with and acquiring overseas companies

Global rating agency Fitch predicts says low costs and high liquidity will help Latin American mining companies to remain profitable during what’s likely to be a volatile 2013

‘Chocolate bars’ offer a new outlet for gold investors. Oliver Hirt reports

TALPAC haulage/loading simulator now covers over 500 trucks, 400 loaders

CHINA’S new dominant role in the global silver market looks set to continue, says new report.


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